1982 Coupe de France Final

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The 1982 Coupe de France Final was a football match held at Parc des Princes, Paris on May 15, 1982, that saw Paris Saint-Germain FC defeat AS Saint-Étienne in a penalty shoot out. After normal time and extra-time could not separate the two sides, the match was to be decided on penalty kicks. Christian Lopez missed for AS Saint-Étienne.

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May 15, 1982
Paris SG 2–2 AS Saint-Étienne
Toko Goal 58'
Rocheteau Goal 120'
Platini Goal 76' Goal 99'
Parc des Princes, Paris
Attendance: 46,160
Referee: Michel Vautrot


Dominique Bathenay Penalty scored
Éric Renaut Penalty scored
Dominique Rocheteau Penalty scored
Ivica Surjak Penalty scored
Luis Fernandez Penalty scored
Jean-Marc Pilorget Penalty scored


Penalty scored Patrick Battiston
Penalty scored Jean-Louis Zanon
Penalty scored Johnny Rep
Penalty scored Jean-François Larios
Penalty scored Michel Platini
Penalty missed Christian Lopez

Saint-Etienne went first
GK ' France Dominique Baratelli
DF ' France Philippe Col Substituted off 118'
DF ' France Jean-Marc Pilorget
DF ' France Dominique Bathenay
DF ' France Jean-Claude Lemoult
MF ' France Luis Fernandez
MF ' Algeria Mustapha Dahleb Substituted off 84'
MF ' Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivica Surjak
FW ' Chad Nabatingue Toko
FW ' France Dominique Rocheteau
FW ' Senegal Saar Boubacar
FW ' France Michel N'Gom Substituted in 84'
DF ' France Éric Renaut Substituted in 118'
France Georges Peyroche

Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

GK ' France Jean Castaneda
DF ' France Patrick Battiston
DF ' France Patrice Lestage
DF ' France Bernard Gardon Substituted off 67'
DF ' France Christian Lopez
MF ' France Jean-Louis Zanon
MF ' France Jean-François Larios
MF ' France Gérard Janvion
FW ' France Michel Platini
FW ' France Laurent Paganelli Substituted off 67'
FW ' Netherlands Johnny Rep
MF ' Argentina Raoul Noguès Substituted in 67'
FW ' France Laurent Roussey Substituted in 67'
France Robert Herbin

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